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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Although his female colleagues insisted the gray only accentuated his bookish appeal, Langdon knew better.
  • His dark hair was slicked back with oil, accentuating an arrow-like widow’s peak that divided his jutting brow and preceded him like the prow of a battleship.
  • It was plain, made of dark wool, accentuating the whiteness of his skin and hair.
  • The silence between them accentuated the sound of the scraping bumper.

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  • It’s a difficult situation, but she accentuates the positive and does not get overwhelmed.
  • The black belt with the white dress accentuated her slim waist.

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